Top-Ten Digital Reading Tools

blog wordleWant to help your students get excited about reading, especially reading independently? Sara Kajder’s April 19 post on her NerdyReader blog gives some pointers for hooking your students via digital tools such as GoodReads and Wordle. As Kajder explains,

It is usually the [reluctant readers] who are the most surprised when we begin using a variety of apps and digital tools to support their work as readers, as the thought of using Vine or Instagram in English class both disrupts their expectations and leads them to rethink the ways in which readers choose texts, make meaning and share their thinking with others.

How many of Kajder’s recommended digital reading tools are you familiar with?

–BR

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One thought on “Top-Ten Digital Reading Tools

  1. DL- Unfortunately I am not familiar with any of her digital except instagram and vine which I only use ever so often. I will definitely explore all of these websites and apps as a way to engage my students into reading (since most will have cell phones or other technological devices that will allow them to prosper and engage in the classroom.

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